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we're looking down. the fog is thick. that could, lack of visibility should be a problem. we look around the area checking the crashes. police are on the scene of a crash. and in howard county and ellicott city and route 40 and rommers avenue. not far -- rogers avenue not far from the courthouse. back to you. 6:30 now the president made extreme allegations yesterday at the u.s. so extreme that it caused the u.s. delegation to walk out. and we have more on how it will affect america's relationship with the country. >> reporter: the president's speech at the general assembly
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advocated peace in the middle east f an agreement is not reached palestinians will not know their own state. they will not know the certainty. >> and working toward piece with iran. he said the door is open should iran choose to walk through it. but it seemed more likely to close after the president took the floor. he said that americans were behind the september 11th terrorist attacks to help the economy and to save the regime of israel. but at that point the delegation got up and walked out, along with 27 others. the president found remarks offensive made so close to the site where the world trade centre once stood a thought the president mentioned in his own address. >> nine years ago the
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destruction of the world trade centre signaled a threat that respected no budapestry of dig knit -- boundary of dignity. >> it is an attempt to change the subject and change the focus from him and his stewardship of iran to issues he is more confident talking about. >> reporter: the president has an interview scheduled with bbc persia: let's look at other stories making headlines a florida mom was arrested after egging her daughter her op in a fight. police base the arrest on the video that was posted on youtube, the video of a fight. you may find this disturbing. you can see them standing around, cheering them on ready to capture the fight.
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one of the women cheer something the mother. -- cheering is the mother. >> the sheriff's office is charging the mother. she told investigators she showed up to make sure her daughter was not hurt. the students could face disciplinary action. a home in colorado collapsed and burned to the grouped. they don't know how the massive fire started but it has destroyed several homes. the sheriff's office said the fire sparked about 60 miles north of denver. it has burned 1000 acres. they are investigating the cause. what a judge from a reality show and former wrestler have in common? they will be trying to get you
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to read. we are live with more on the book festival. >> good morning to you, megan. be ready to meet them up close and personal. this is the 15th year for the event. it gets more exciting each and every year. and sherry shepherd from the view and we'll introduce her for her book signing there. that's exciting. let me tell you, they're expecting over 55,000 people to attempt the festival this weekend. they have 8 stages that cover several blocks here. this is exciting. it promotes reading and there will be over 200 author appearances, and book signings. and music and food.
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and holly robinson-pete and the mayor says this will be exciting. >> i try every day to work to raise a child's love of books. i'm excited about the possibility of my daughter coming here this weekend. i grew up in the library and offing -- loving books. this is an easy way to spark excitement. >> the festival is free to the public. there is no reason why not to stop here and it runs today through sunday if you would like an information to to and you are done with that med sep but you do not want to throw it away. drop off the unwanted prescriptions. we'll tell you where.
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>> the biggest parking garage in the -- country is in towson. it's not your typical place to leave the car. we'll show you how it works. 0!!!!!!!!!!
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lee look at our time-lapse camera. and this is just a little bit of fog but we have areas where the visibility is under a quarter mile. and. we get a delay. you are at a 2-hour delay. and thick fog. how is that affecting traffic? , we have several accidents around the area -- >> we have several accidents
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around the area. looking at the beltway. we are at hartford road, that is hanging over the air. we'll give you a look at the crashes. e we have reports of a cow in the roadway. you may want to keep your speeds down. an accident at another crash coming in nottingham. and, megan, back to you. 6:40. the clothe does not make the man a man behind bars this morning. inks he -- he is known as the preppy robber. how the police got their man. and cash or check? only that's the situation at wal-mart and sam's club.
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things are back to normal. why they could not take the plastic yesterday. a stinky problem and it needs to get fixed. it is worse than usual. the pesky stink bugs that are going on now. and the jelly fish invasion. swimming near the constellation energy facility. old gibbs canning company.
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today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a cowhide rug?
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yee-haw! and the snacks? get their own place. let the marathon begin! before we get to the news, let's go to jamie, he is on the go. he has some company with him. have i been replaced? >> never, no. i like being here on the big screen here. we're out here at the home show at it is foggy i almost slipped into second base. and lynette is with us. >> it is foggy but, there will be plenty of sunshine. let me bring in stacy and a taste that you will fet.
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>> i can see lots of great things. come out to the show, it is today, saturday and sunday. there is a lot of great food, wine, home exhibits. we had a blast and they come out in droves, today, tomorrow and sunday. great weather. no excuse to come out. >> the drove family is nice. we have windows and doors and saunas and a ravens room for those of you on sunday. more at #. >> jamie does not need fog, he will do it. >> and now in 67 degrees and
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99%. and on the threshold. and down to a few hundred feet. we have clays that's standard delays for this side and 70. and and that burps off. we go for the high of 93. that's close to the record. >> thank you. the fog is not really impacting traffic on the major highways. we don't have major problems. and it is moving well. we look here traffic is slowing on the outer loop. same thing on the west side. we do have several crashes on some of secondary roads.
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, he wear as dressshire, slacks and tie. he is up to no good. and we find out how police tracked down the preppy robber. >> reporter: police were able to arrest the robber without incident. here is the video. the homeowner installed four cameras after his home was robbed previously. the preppy burglar can see sizing up the home, the video shows him carrying out the goods. they arrested jeremy hall of silver spring. they found other stolen goods, primarily from montgomery county homes. the home ownership is glad he invested in the cameras. >> and get them off the street, that's a help for nip. that's great to have that --
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for anyone. it is great to have that outcome. >> he will face other charges. the person who recognized hall from the video will get a $500 reward. city council says repairing the aging schools could cost them close to $3 billion. the committee held hearings for improving school facilities to the tune of $2.8 billion. and mary pat clark says it is challenging and going to be something tough for the city to face and the people of baltimore to improve the learning environment. >> there is no heat and when the roof leaks the windows are all foggy. it makes a difference to the teacher's ability to teach.
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>> they are are achieving more and important to provide quality facilities. things are back to normal after it was impossible to use credit cards or debit cards for part of the day. many stores only could accept cash for several hours. one shopper tried to go shopping at the sam's club. , they had signs cash only. they would not accept it. they said the systems are down. >> the issue was fixed in several hours and a problem during maintainance led to the ouplg in the first place. and 6:49 now. they tonight bite, they do not spread disease but for many people here in maryland they don't like the bugs because they stink. and they can emit a powerful odor and the that's what we're
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talking about the problem is in the number. they can swarm a house. they are more previous plant compared to past seasons. >> they're awful. they are nasty. >> we had a good amount of rain and now they're coming up and sunny areas. >> if you are coping with an invision. do not swat them or crush them unless you want to smell something bad. do not use a spray. vacuum them up and then dispose of them in a tied up trash bag. tough an expired or unused prescription? -- do you have an expired or unused prescription? tomorrow the dea will partner with pharmacies and agencies for national prescription drug
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take back day. it starts at 10 and goes to 1:00. they have more than 3400 sites across the country. if you want to find the location nearest you, go to the news tab, then health and we have a link to the dea web site. that will give you the information that you need to know. an apartment complex is putting the brakes on pains. it is home to the largest auto park. all you do, watch this. drive if and get out of the car and swipe the card, and let technology do the rest. and it moves your vehicle on to a platform and into a space for you. today the baltimore book festival is under way and 200 authors will be on a hand to talk about their books. expect to see what will drop.
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and sherry shephard and and the festival will host authors and children's book authors, the best part is the book festival is free. and there is all sorts of information and you can get the schedule at head there if you want to learn more. and if you needed another reason not swim in the harbor. gellry fish lurking near the boats. look at this. can you see it there. all right they are white and they have long tentycals. they are the size of a soft wall. they were reported near the area. they are the most area -- most common site. the dry summer brought them to the harbor making the water
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salty enough to attract them. >> all right tomorrow the book missile nay not be your thing. and the virgin mobile festival. and joan jet. and the festival has three stages and the first band plays at noon. you can expect the bigger name acts to take the day. if you want a list and performers you know where to find it. >> and weather will improve for the game. we have to deal with the mugginess and heat. 70 now and up to philadelphia. there are some areas of fog. and you may drive through it op
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your way to work and wherever your travels take you. and sign of a disturbance and shifting the winds. that may stir up the atmosphere. we're looking back to the northwest. the main system is riding through minnesota now. the rain across the great lakes. that will be active and more heat for us. and they may not survive the here and may break up. 93 today and within reach. and we do that. and it will be the 54th day. >> and back to 69 and
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temperatures and partly cloudy. that comes with clouds but dry for the game. the early accidents working in caroll county and howard have been cleared away. and the west side and liberty road. and starting to be a little bit sluggish. and as you make your way from route 40. look at the maps, we have accidents. one in baltimore city. we are working.
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we check the drive times. and starting to slow and the beltway. and between the 83 and a 2 minute ride. >> for two and a half hours not doing so well facebook was down. what happened to one of the visited web sites. and serious flooding in wisconsin and minnesota. and it forces 1500 people from their homes. it is only expected to get worse there. good morning america is on in a few minutes. they will have the elements. >> get back to work
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bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family...
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and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million... working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. good morning, americ

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